Martin Heidegger: Unterwegs zur seiner Biographie

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Campus, 1988 - Philosophers - 355 pages
Pp. 167-179 describe Heidegger's ambiguous relationship with Edmund Husserl and his disloyalty to him after 1933. Pp. 180-186 relate to the controversy regarding Heidegger's antisemitism. Heidegger contended after the war that he refused to permit the burning of books written by Jews in 1933 at Freiburg University where he was rector, but these declarations have been contradicted. Quotes antisemitic expressions found in Heidegger's correspondence, especially in a letter written in 1948 to Herbert Marcuse.

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